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Saturday, September 08, 2007

Nokia 6300 – revelry for first time users...

Nokia 6300 is an entry level phone, designed to do the basics. And considering the fact, it is rather pleasant to see that the phone comes in a stylish package – making it not dull, but quite appropriate for the contemporary users. The phone brings back the memories of the good old handsets that were 'oblivion' to 'breaking'. It comes wrapped in matt, stainless steel and gloss black surface, with fine polish and good finish. It's slim 12mm deep and light enough to be easily carried around.

Nokia 6300 comes with a full array of standard phone features such as: 1000-entry phone book, speed dialling and voice commands. The voice quality is good, and even in noisy surrounding it performs quite satisfactorily. Despite being a base model, the Nokia 6300 comes with couple of multimedia capabilities. It has a 2 MP camera, Mp3 player and a FM player. The camera captures images at up to 1600x1200 and has a number of effects, a night mode, the ability to adjust white balance and a 10 second self-timer. The music interface remains same as other handsets of Nokia. Basic play options include random and repeat, while seven preset equaliser options allow users to tweak the sound. The Nokia 6300 also includes Bluetooth with Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), to wirelessly stream music to a compatible pair of Bluetooth headphones. The controls of the handset has good tactile feedback, while the keypad is large for comfortable typing. When pressed, both the keypad and controls light up thanks to a soft blue backlight.

The Nokia 6300 uses Series 40 user interface. Operating the Menu system is simple, and one can view the menu as icons or list.As far as the battery life is concerned, the Nokia 6300 boasts of 3.5 hours of talk time and up to 336 hours of standby time.

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